- Eastern Crayfish live in cold, rocky creeks with swift currents in Appalachian portions of the Cumberland River Basin.
- They build “chimneys,” on the banks of waterways. These chimney’s sit atop underground burrows.
- The south east is home to more species of crayfish than anywhere else on earth.
- The Eastern Crayfish’s incredibly strong abdomen allows it to dart backwards when threatened.
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